Catherine McLaughlin

Catherine (Cat) McLaughlin is Chair of RUMA, as well as Chief Adviser (Animal Health and Welfare) with the NFU. In addition to her roles within RUMA, she is also a director of AMTRA (Animal Medicines Training Regulatory Authority).

Her previous roles have included Scottish extension officer of the Milk Development Council and market information manager of Quality Meat Scotland(QMS)/Meat and Livestock Commission (Scotland).

A graduate of the University of Aberdeen (Agriculture, with Honours in Animal Science) she also holds a PG Diploma in Farm Business Organisational Management from Scottish Agricultural College (SAC) (Aberdeen).

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